Coaching is a rewarding way to unlock potential in others and is an essential quality of a good manager or leader. By building up coaching skills that can be used in both personal development and managing others, students can achieve higher motivation, improve results, promote growth and save time.
For anyone looking to develop their personal growth and time management, City's Coaching for Business short course offers the ideal foundation.
The short course is aimed at anyone either managing staff, aspiring to manage or who wishes to learn the skills to become a coach.
Taking place over 10 weeks in central London, these evening classes provide the key skills to become an effective coach.
This part-time evening Coaching for Business course covers the foundations for becoming an effective coach, including building relationships, structuring a coaching session and exploring key skills used in coaching.
The course is highly interactive and led by a successful professional coach.
“ Informative enjoyable course ”
Students must have a dedicated interest in coaching and self development.
Students should be committed to attending 10 weekly two-hour evening classes to complete the course.
Applicants must be proficient in written and spoken English.
The course will be facilitated from a coaching perspective and therefore will be both interactive and dynamic.
Informal assessment will take place through group discussion, class room activities, and questions and answers sessions as guided by your tutor.
Megan is a trained and Certified Co-Active Coach with over seven years of experience. Her focus areas include career development, leadership and entrepreneurship. She coaches individuals and groups, and facilitates workshops.
Outside of coaching, Megan volunteers with Parent Gym, running skills and confidence workshops to help parents support the wellbeing of their children.
Prior to becoming a coach, Megan worked in digital project management. She is also a qualified Personal Trainer, earned a certificate in Web Design and Technology from San Francisco State University, and holds a degree in Psychology from Clark University, Massachusetts.